Mar 07, 2018
Reggie Jackson, Advocate for Social Justice
The Hidden Impact of Segregation

Mr. Jackson has been a much sought-after speaker, author, and media consultant on Black Holocaust topics regionally and nationally for over a decade. He presents seldom-told stories of the African-American experience past and present and conducts diversity training at schools, libraries, churches, and businesses.

 Currently serving as the education liaison for a workforce development firm, Reggie previously taught sociology as an adjunct professor at Concordia University and worked as a special education teacher in Milwaukee middle schools.

Reggie is the 2015 winner of the Eliminating Racism Award from southeast Wisconsin's YWCA, the 2016 Courageous Love Award from the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, and the 2017 Frank P. Zeidler Public Service Award from the City of Milwaukee. He and his work were also honored in 2017 by the Wisconsin State Assembly in a Joint Resolution.